Sunday, June 13, 2010

More of our kits plus last chance for a fat quarter pack

With Darling Harbour less than a week away we have been busy finishing quilts and writing instructions (and as Judy keeps getting inspired to make more quilts I think again we won't have instructions for them all). The crates are packed, then shelves are down and we are so looking forward to all the fun and exciting of it.

Anyway here are some of the new quilts we have been working on. Don't forget to leave a comment on your favourite quilt for your chance to win a fat quarter pack. Above is a A Country Lane made from an Old Primrose Inn Layer Cake.
This is Judy's Shaggy Dresden single bed quilt - how serious cute is it and it is very quick to make! It uses fat quarters from Everything but the Kitchen Sink and Creamery Fat quarter bundle.

10 comments:

Suzi-q said...

I love them both, have fun at the Craft Expo

linny said...

I must admit I love them both as well, it's very hard to choose

One for a wish.. said...

My favourite is "A Country Lane" - it really shows off those gorgeous fabrics beautifully!

Sharon (Stitches on Mars) said...

I prefer "A country Lane" as I could just see it made up with different textures like chenille ans cotton and flannel. Yum
Hugs, Sharon

SandyN said...

I had to go back and look at all of the lovely quilts...

My favourite has to be the Wild Poppies... it is so colourful and fun. I just LOVE the brightness of the colours. It would be a great quilt to make for someone going through a hard time.

I will see you at the Craft Show at Darling Harbour.

Sandy N

Christine said...

My new favourite quilt is the one made from the 12 Days of Christmas fabrics. Have fun at the fair. Would love to come up to it one day.

Susan Adams said...

I like the shaggy dresden as I would love to make something in 1930's style fabrics.Enjoy the show.

Bev C said...

They are both beautiful, I do like the idea of the shaggy dresden plate quilt. Happy days.
Bev.

Kerry said...

The Shaggy Dresden is lovely. Using 1930's and attempting a dresden plate are both things on my to do list.

Anonymous said...

I really love Country Lane. It`s so simply and easy and shows off the colors of the range.
Angela.